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Nisqually Tribe the recipient of Transportation Electrification Project Grants

Photo by Hryshchyshen Serhii, courtesy of the Washington State Department of Commerce’s website via South Sound Business

Transportation Electrification Projects Awarded Nearly $1M in Clean Energy Fund Grants

Excerpt from South Sound Business:

The Washington State Department of Commerce has awarded $970,000 in Clean Energy Fund grants to five projects that will support electric vehicle charging infrastructure throughout the state.   

Eligible applicants for this first round of current funding through the Electrification of Transportation Systems program were local governments, federally recognized tribal governments, small utilities, and state agencies. Commerce initially received 23 applications in a two-phase review process that resulted in the selection of the projects for the funding. Recipients included:

  • Cowlitz Indian Tribe, Cowlitz County
  • Nisqually Tribe, Thurston County
  • Nisqually Indian Tribe and the Port of Olympia partnership, Thurston Count
  • Squaxin Island Tribe, Mason and Clallam counties 
  • Yakama Power in Whitman, Garfield, Adams, Spokane, Lincoln, and Asotin counties

Posted by Steve on March 23, 2023 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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